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Tos was his sister Imogen He has a strange unresolved feeling that there is something missing in his lifeImogen is living with her husband a country vet and their gorgeous baby in a rented cottage Since her childhood she has loved the Summer House a charming folly in the grounds of This is one of those books that makes you want to go to Cornwall Milo and Lottie live in beautiful High House I want to be able to walk around the garden with Milo as he works or sip a glass of wine while he makes dinner Or sit and have tea and chat with Lottie while she knits It was like bejng a fly on the wall watching Matt Im and Nick dealing with where they were in life You could kick Nick up the backside but found sympathy for him because Im does Best was watching Matt come to realize what the lonely part in his heart was I loved how Summer House became the key to unlocking a few mysteries for him I was so glad that Marcia Willet gives us some wonderful description of the house

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Her oldest friends' beautiful and ancient house on Exmoor and now they have the chance of buying But her marriage is threatened when her husband refuses to live so far from his practiceMeanwhile Matt begins to discovers the strange and tragic secret which has affected his whole li I loved the idea of the main premise but it didn t fulfill it s promise It just danced on the surface of the characters thoughts ideas it stayed very one dimensional I got none of the feelings needed to really connect with any of the characters It really needed to go deeper on many levels and I think if it had it definitely would have not only kept the original promise but surpassed it I had figured out what was going on before the end but I m not sure if that s what the author had intended or not The one thing that really bugged me about this book was the gross overuse of the word whilst While technically the majority of the time while whilst are interchangeable there are times when they are not When I first saw whilst in this I was actually charmed since it s so very rarely used any but when I started seeing it on an average of every other page and not always used properly it became very stilted and dare I say pretentious Although perhaps overblown would be the better term I did like the book but not enough for me to go nuts looking for it when I temporarily mislaid it and I ve already passed it on

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In the small inlaid wooden box Matt's mother had kept all his childhood memories Amongst them are many photos of Matt as a child growing up But something about the photos has always puzzled Matt was that really him Why did he not remember those clothes The toys And where in the pho Milo and Lottie are brother and sister in law who have raised Imogene and Matt when their mother Helen was unable to look after them Matt is a successful writer living in Londonlooking to fill a hole in his life and Imogene is living near Milo and Lottie with her husband and infant daughter Milo has a son Nick by his ex wife and he needs a large amount of cash Milo agrees to raise the sum of money by selling the Summer House a small property attached to the main house to Imogene and her husband However complications arise on several fronts This is not a big story nor is it a complicated plot It gently describes the struggles of a family trying to do the right thing in a loving manner Along the way a surprising family secret is uncovered It s not a light hearted book but neither is it deep or heavy There was a sense of mystery to it but not mystery in the sense of a who dunnit or suspense novel a sense of other worldliness I would be interested to read of the author s work


10 thoughts on “The Summer House

  1. says:

    Milo and Lottie are brother and sister in law who have raised Imogene and Matt when their mother Helen was unable to look after them Matt is a successful writer living in Londonlooking to fill a hole in his life and Imogene is living near Milo and Lottie with her husband and infant daughter Milo has a son Nick by his ex

  2. says:

    The first couple of pages of this book didn't grab me so I set it aside for a couple of weeks Once I got into the story however I was charmed by the characters and the setting and finished the book uite uickly The central plot contains a mystery that I didn't find very mysterious; it includes 3 different elements one of which I guessed when it was first referenced and the other two before the book ended I don't know if Willett's

  3. says:

    UghI finished it I could not stay with the beginning and my mind kept on wandering I couldn't keep the people straight and thought that it might be a tool the author was using for a big reveal Noit was just a false attempt at such I think I have no idea how I got into it enough to finish it It had some charming parts but r

  4. says:

    This is one of those books that makes you want to go to Cornwall Milo and Lottie live in beautiful High House I want to be able to walk around the garden with Milo as he works or sip a glass of wine while he makes dinner Or sit and have tea and chat with Lottie while she knits It was like bejng a fly on the wall watching Matt Im and Nick dealing with where they were in life You could kick Nick up the backside but found sympathy f

  5. says:

    35This book had such great promise interesting characters with various relationships to one another a hint of a mystery and a great setting And because of these things I enjoyed the overall reading experience However I think

  6. says:

    I enjoyed this book not what I was expecting to happen looking forward to reading of her books

  7. says:

    New covers on books sometimes fool me into thinking I haven't read this one Yup fooled again Still well written and plotted

  8. says:

    Not what I was expecting at all and not in a good way Where was the intrigue suspense and the mystery The memory box is hardly mentioned in the first 34 of the book so you spend most of the time waiting for something interesting to ha

  9. says:

    I loved the idea of the main premise but it didn't fulfill it's promise It just danced on the surface of the characters thoughts ideas; it sta

  10. says:

    Still a fluff book but a step higher than The Great Escape The writing is a little wooden and the plot is both contrived and predictable but it's an enjoyable book maybe because Willett seems to believe so whole heartedly in what she writes abo